The requirements for the foundation of the scaffolding are still relatively strict. When the foundation is not flat, please use the adjustable base foot, adjust to the use height, and lock the casters to achieve balance. The foundation must have the ability to withstand scaffolding and pressure during work. Scaffolding is light in weight and should be protected from exposure to blasts, gusts or intermediate breeze. We recommend that when the wind speed reaches 7.7 m/s or more, stop working on the tower.
Safety belts must be attached to the staff to build and work at height. Install a safety net around the work area to prevent heavy objects from falling and injuring others. When the scaffolding is used independently, when the height of the tower exceeds 4 times the width of the bottom, the diagonal support must be installed and installed as required.
The components and accessories of scaffolding are strictly prohibited from falling and hitting during transportation and storage. When lapping and disassembling, it is strictly forbidden to throw from high places. When disassembling, it should be operated from top to bottom. After use, organize the components and accessories to store them for convenient use. Carefully inspect the complete set of accessories before construction, make sure that the parts are not damaged and short, and prohibit the use of scaffolding with safety hazards.
The scaffolding process is safe to use, and it is strictly forbidden to play on the tower to prevent accidents. The snap-on movable aluminum scaffolding prohibits anyone or objects from being on the tower during the movement. Work is important, and safe life is more important, so keep in mind the above points.